/>

Recording/Mixing →

Beyerdynamic Opus Drumset

September 8, 2005 | 0 Comments

There are big saving to be had pick ’n’ mixing your own drum mic combination. Henry Brister creates his own magnum Opus. I jumped at the chance to check out this ‘Drumset kit’ from Beyer...

Read More →

Tascam DV-RA1000

September 5, 2005 | 0 Comments

James Wilkinson re-discovers the power and flexibility of standalone digital two-track recording. The obvious question many people raise these days when they’re confronted with a new standalone CD/DVD burner is: ‘Why do I need an...

Read More →

Whether it’s mixing Elvis, Bruce Springsteen or Barbra Striesand live, starting Apogee out of a garage or masterminding leading-edge live sound DSP processor development, Bruce Jackson has a tale or two to tell. Andy Stewart...

Read More →

Yamaha AW2400

January 20, 2005 | 0 Comments

Portable production has been given another leg up with Yamaha’s new AW range. Steven Somerhill stretches out. Say if, just completely by chance, you ran into the hi-tech department of any music store blindfolded, crashing...

Read More →

Lexicon Omega

September 30, 2004 | 0 Comments

Reverb leviathan, Lexicon, has waded into the desktop USB recording market. Derek Johnson investigates. Hands up anyone who wants a keenly-priced, compact, USB-equipped audio interface for their Mac or PC. Maybe you’d like high quality...

Read More →

Tascam FW1884

September 30, 2004 | 0 Comments

Tascam is back on the map with some well-conceived, keenly-priced, studio essentials. Brad Watts cheers on this interface/controller. What initially struck me about the Tascam FW1884 was its personal validation of my ‘when to buy...

Read More →

Digidesign Command 8

September 30, 2004 | 0 Comments

Digi takes command with this motorised fader controller. Brad Watts salutes. It can’t be denied that Digidesign is the market leader in digital recording systems. While its high-end TDM systems are often criticised for being...

Read More →

Behringer V-Verb Pro

September 30, 2004 | 0 Comments

Brad Watts find himself attracted to this dual-engine reverb. Good ol’ Behringer! They certainly provide a sure-fire path to upmarket concepts at bargain basement prices. While its traditionally been easy to be patronising about some...

Read More →

MACKIE FIREWIRE ONYX 400F

March 30, 2003 | 0 Comments

There are more Firewire interfaces on the market these days than summer bushfires… the new Onyx 400F may be the cool change you’re waiting for. Text: Brad Watts Bucket-loads of Firewire audio interfaces have been...

Read More →